Remember the time Aaron Rodgers got 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek to bust out his championship belt move?
If the category is great moments in "Jeopardy!" history, that one between Alex Trebek and Aaron Rodgers certainly makes the board.
Trebek, who died Sunday at age 80, hosted more than 8,200 episodes of “Jeopardy!” over 37 seasons, but only Rodgers got the game show legend to do the championship belt move for the cameras.
When the Green Bay Packers quarterback competed on "Celebrity Jeopardy!" in 2015, Trebek talked to him about how not taking himself too seriously helped him be competitive on the field.
"I think you should consider some sort of celebration after a good show," Rodgers told him. The always impeccably-dressed Trebek flashed Rodgers' signature touchdown celebration.
Rodgers, who answered in such categories as "Number 12," "Leader of the Pack" and "Bible MVPs," beat out "Shark Tank's" Kevin O'Leary and retired astronaut Mark Kelly to win $50,000 for Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer.
He was among the many celebrities and athletes who remembered Trebek over the weekend, writing on Twitter that "6p weeknights will never be the same. So many great memories and thankful to have met him."
Rodgers is a longtime fan of "Jeopardy!" and often cites it in interviews as one of his all-time favorite TV shows, right up there with "The Office" and "Game of Thrones."
"I am a humongous fan of the show. I used to watch it when I was a kid with my grandparents," Rodgers said during press for his "Celebrity Jeopardy!" appearance.
In an interview last year on former girlfriend Danica Patrick's "Pretty Intense" podcast, Rodgers said watching "Jeopardy!" was among his favorite free time activities, along with crossword puzzles, reading and traveling.
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